Capitol Region Council of Governments – (CRCOG) Capitol Region Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Update

About the Project

Project Summary

The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) was awarded Pre-Disaster Mitigation grant funding from FEMA to update a multi-jurisdictional natural hazard mitigation plan by mid-2019.  CIRCA’s Matching Funds award is being used to support the plan update.  Goals of the plan update are to: 1) assist participating municipalities in assessing risks and local capabilities related to natural disasters, and evaluating and establishing mitigation strategies including policies and actions that can be implemented to reduce risk and future losses from floods, dam failure, drought, forest fires, winter storms, hurricanes, tornados, windstorms, earthquakes, sea level rise and other natural hazards identified through the planning process; and 2) create a FEMA-approved natural hazard mitigation plan update that will enable participating municipalities to apply for FEMA hazard mitigation project grants.  CIRCA funds will support public outreach efforts and inform the assessment of local and regional risks.


Available May 2019

Primary Funding Source

US Department of Homeland Security/FEMA

Project Team Lead

Lynne Pike DiSanto, Capitol Region Council of Governments

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“What We Do” Areas

This project is a part of the following topical areas:

Policy & Planning